Prophecy News Watch - February 21, 2023

Around the World
President Biden Visiting War-Torn Ukraine Pledged More Military Aid
Air raid sirens wailed as U.S. President Joe Biden arrived in Kyiv, his first visit to wartorn Ukraine since Russia invaded the country last year.
Again Powerful Earthquake In Turkish-Syrian Border Area
A powerful earthquake has hit the Turkish-Syrian border area, where people are still recovering from this month’s tremors that killed at least tens of thousands of people, Worthy News monitored.
Kosovo Has 15th Independence Anniversary Amid Tensions
Kosovo, Europe's youngest country, has launched festivities for the 15th anniversary of its independence from neighboring Serbia amid rising ethnic tensions.
Iran: Protests erupt for first time in weeks
Protesters marched in several Iranian cities in the most widespread demonstrations in recent weeks, online videos appeared to show.
China Considers Sending Weapons to Russia Further Escalating Tensions
China is considering giving weapons and ammunition for the Ukraine war to Russia, although it is responsible for war crimes, the United States said.
Bulgaria: ‘18 Found Dead In Truck; 7 Arrested’
Authorities say seven people were detained after police found 18 migrants dead, including a child, in an abandoned truck near Bulgaria’s capital Sofia.
Men Pulled Out Alive 11 Days After Quakes In Miracle Rescue
Rescue workers in Turkey have pulled at least three men from the rubble, more than 11 days after they were trapped when a string of massive earthquakes hit the country and neighboring Syria, officials say.|

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Israel hits back at UN Security Council for denouncing West Bank settlement activity
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday called a UN Security Council statement denouncing Israeli West Bank settlement activity "one-sided" and criticized the United States for supporting it.
Israel, Saudi Arabia increase talks amid concerns over Iran
Israel and Saudi Arabia are holding talks to increase their military and intelligence cooperation over concerns about Iranian aggression in the region, according to a Bloomberg report, which notes that the United States is backing the efforts.
UNSC: Israeli housing plans ‘imperiling’ two-state solution
The United Nations Security Council issued a non-binding presidential statement on Monday condemning Israeli housing plans in Judea and Samaria.
Israel attacks Iranian targets in Syria as shadow war heats up between the two adversaries: report
Israel’s military reportedly launched an air strike Sunday in a Damascus neighborhood near an Iranian military installation – the latest attack in the Jewish state’s "shadow war" against Iran.

Inside the United States
Coast-to-coast winter storm to blast millions with threats of blizzard
A significant and disruptive winter storm will impact millions of Americans from coast-to-coast this week, with heavy snow, blizzard conditions, significant icing, flooding and severe weather all being possible.
James O’Keefe ousted from Project Veritas after power struggle with board
An emotional James O’Keefe said Monday that he has left Project Veritas, the undercover journalism outfit he founded and led for 13 years, after being effectively forced out by the board of directors amid behind-the-scenes strife.
Brain implant startup backed by Bezos and Gates is testing mind-controlled computing on humans
In a Brooklyn lab stuffed with 3D printers and a makeshift pickleball court, employees at a brain interface startup called Synchron are working on technology designed to transform daily life for people with paralysis.

Christian News
20,000 Join Asbury Revival in Weekend Explosion, but Outpouring Will Now Be Moved Off Campus
After a weekend of massive crowds at the Asbury University revival, a big change is coming that will permanently take the revival off campus.
Six Egyptian Coptic Christians released by kidnappers in Libya
Egypt’s foreign ministry announced Friday that six Coptic Egyptian Christian men who were kidnapped by a criminal gang in Libya earlier this month have been released, the Christian Post (CP) reports.
Asbury University revival moving to new sites to accommodate people arriving from around the world
Asbury University, which has been the site of continual worship and prayer on campus for weeks and drawing tens of thousands of people to experience what God is doing, will move its non-stop prayer services off-campus due to concerns about overcrowding in the small town.
Pakistan: Two Christian farmers murdered by Islamists, “there are almost constant attacks against individuals”
Two Christian farmers in Pakistan were recently murdered by Islamists who attacked them in separate incidents in January and February, respectively, Voice of the Martyrs (VOM) reports.